Brutal, funny, explicit and intentionally prosaic, Tadija's work does not shy away from the routine. In fact, he has created, much in the fashion of other contemporary giants like Murakami, a plethora of imagery skillfully narrating tales of horror, love and betrayal. The flat colors and simple shapes, often depicting absurd scenes in naive two-dimensional color fields with dots or patterns evoke often in unison a smile, revulsion and joy.